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Universal launching first-ever Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition

Universal Studios Singapore is set to celebrate Halloween with the first-ever Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition, starting September 10.

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Universal Studios Singapore is marking this year’s Halloween with the first-ever Halloween Horror Nights Exhibition, opening on September 10 and running through November 7.

Horror fans will get the chance to revisit some of Halloween Horror Nights‘ scare zones, haunted houses and shocking shows at the nightmarish exhibition at Resorts World Sentosa.

The exhibition will showcase 9 years of Halloween Horror Nights, with visitors enjoying a killer line-up of daunting displays, petrifying props and frightening facts about the event.

As well as the exhibition, Trick or Thrills is running at Universal Studios Singapore through November 7, offering trick-or-treating, Halloween meet-and-greets, a costume contest, and themed F&B.

Trail of Treats participants can collect terrifying treats from ‘candy ambassadors’, and an assortment of snacks is available at the Minion Monsters Bites food cart.

Trick or Thrills at Universal Studios Singapore

Minions and Universal Classic Monsters are crossing over, with Wolfman Minion and other Minion Monsters making appearances at the park during Minion Monsters Tricky Treats.

Count von Count, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby will travel down the streets of the New York zone during the Sesame Street Candy Cavalcade, a new Halloween meet-and-greet.

Universal Studios Singapore is also holding the After Dark event on Fridays and Saturdays where Universal Classic Monsters such as Dracula and Frankenstein emerge from Universal Monsters Scream Alley to horrify guests.

In the US, Halloween Horror Nights kicked off on September 3. Universal Orlando recently revealed HHN’s frightful F&B, inspired by The Haunting of Hill House and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

SeaWorld San Diego has unveiled the haunted houses, scares zones and creepy cocktails on offer at its first-ever Howl-O-Scream event, running from September 17 through October 31.

Images: Universal Studios Singapore

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Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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